a little bit easier to call ahead for reservations or to order a pizza for pick-up while you're on the go. In addition to its recent addition of location-based search suggestions, Google has added the ability for businesses to include a clickable phone number in their listings, making it even easier to use the search engine on your smartphone.Google just made it
Just as with location-based search suggestions, searching for businesses from your mobile phone will use your location to give you results closest to you. If you are looking for something at a different location, maybe where you'll be later in the day, just include that location and the results focus around that. Clicking on the number will automatically dial that number, ending the days of trying to remember the number or looking for a scrap piece of paper to jot it down on before switching away from the browser.
The feature will be present for all high-end mobile devices, such as the iPhone, Android and Palm Pre. Any device configured to use Google Voice will use that to make the call by default.
Now, could Google go ahead and come up with an app that settles the debate over what we're going to have on the pizza and who's actually going to make the call? That would be really neat.